February 2011 Blog Posts (291)

The Now Museum: Day 4 Sunday, March 13, 2011 | 12:00 PM

2 p.m.

Graduate students respond


Short papers by graduate students, details to follow.

Co-chaired by Claire Bishop and Martin Grossman, Art and Communications, University of São Paulo.

Sunday, March 13, 2011 | 12:00 PM…

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The Now Museum: Day 3 Saturday, March 12, 2011 | 12:00 PM

12 p.m.

Welcome


12:15 p.m.

Panel: Extending Infrastructures Part I: Platforms and Networks

The last decade has seen the evolution of new models for institutions that enable the development of new networks and collaborations between artists, curators, and organizations regionally and internationally. These models have established platforms from which to generate…

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Nico Mingozzi | winner microSpaceCompetition 01.03-01.04.2011





Nico Mingozzi



Si è soliti affermare che gli artisti siano dei visionari, tesi verso visioni di futuri possibili o “annusatori” di eventi già percepibili nell'aria; eppure l'arte è sempre stata anche protesa verso il passato, inteso sia come banca-dati di possibili e infiniti immaginari figurativi, sia come ulteriore possibilità di fuga dal reale.

In quest'ottica interviene il meccanismo della citazione, evidente nelle opere di Nico Mingozzi: una… Continue

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The Now Museum: Day 2 Friday, March 11, 2011 | 10:00 AM

10 a.m.

Welcome


10:15 p.m.

Panel: “Revisiting The Late Capitalist Museum”


In 1990, Rosalind Krauss published her seminal essay on museums of contemporary art, arguing that the increased scale of museum architecture led the viewer’s attention to focus on a sublime experience of space itself, rather than to the works of art displayed within it. To what extent have Krauss’s arguments…

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The Now Museum: Day 1 Thursday, March 10, 2011 | 7:00 PM

7 p.m.

Welcome by Lisa Phillips, Toby Devan Lewis Director of the New Museum



7:15 p.m.

Prologue: “Exhibition Machines,” Philippe Vergne and Paul Chan


Philippe Vergne has served as Director of the Dia Art Foundation in New York since 2008, following his tenure as Deputy Director and Chief Curator of the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, where he inaugurated over twenty-fiveinternational exhibitions. He was co-curator…

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News – 2/28/2011

So, uh, this is what Chuck Norris has been up to. Chuckville. Why? For T-Mobile by Symbio Digital.

10 Time-Saving Web Tools.” Anyone who’s not using at least some of these Web apps probably should be.

An unnecessarily long title, but this gossip-in-the-world-of-TED post is a good read. On TechCrunch: “…

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The Plague is here

Adelaide is a beautiful city, full of awesome architecture albeit ‘new world’ and the people are feisty and funny and it also gets a plague of locusts. Did you know that? No I didn’t either, but these things are over an inch long and crunch when you stand on them and make a rattling noise if they get caught in your thick Scottish hair.



Am horrified and disgusted and scared of them and the fringe club is covered in them, the trees are full of them and the fairy lights make them INSANE.… Continue

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UNATTENDED (Primal Scream) NEW FROM GRATUITOUS ART FILMS

And thusly from the Earth broke forth a great, primal scream...

and verily it spoke these words....

"Do not leave your baggage unattended. Unattended baggage will be subject to immediate tow away. For your safety and security....."



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Typejockeys

“Cover design for the typography journal of German design magazine PAGE. A hand lettered sujet, produced as a rubber plate, which was later photographed and colored.”

“Designed with the intent of producing a readable modern face. Ingeborg’s roots might be historic, but its…

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Lolli Collection product and package design

For over 40 years Kencraft Candy has been a supplier of wholesale candy. To stay competitive in the specialty gift store lollipop market, the company needed to move into the next decade; it partnered with Minneapolis design agency HartungKemp. The project began with Kencraft’s high-volume Valentine’s Day offerings. Rather than simply design a new series of suckers for the client…

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Daily Keemo. 2.28.11 OK, I Will

OK, I Will

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He was a bit of a jerk and I could tell he didn't take too kindly to "those artist types" (whatever that meant) and then he found out I was one of them…

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Webpick of the Day – TCM’s 31 Days of Oscar

Oscar-winning and nominated films for the entire month with a programming schedule based on daily trivia questions.
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Call for Entries – Exhibition and Premeire Issue of BAP Quarterly



Upload what you consider to be your best work ever by March 2nd, 2011.

Submissions will be guest curated by Samantha Levin of Anagnorisis Fine Arts and curator for White Rabbit in the Lower East Side, NYC.

Selected works will be featured digitally at Brooklyn Art…

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MAXXI – National Museum of XXI Century Arts: Michelangelo Pistoletto and Cittadellarte



Michelangelo Pistoletto, “Venus of the Rags,” 1967.

Marble and rags, 190 x 250 x 140 cm.

Cittadellarte – Fondazione Pistoletto.

Photo by Paolo Pellion di Persano.

MAXXI – National Museum of XXI Century Arts

4 March–15 August 2011

Michelangelo Pistoletto: Da Uno a Molti, 1956–1974…

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Musée départemental d’art contemporain de Rochechouart : Charlotte Moth’s Noting thoughts



Charlotte Moth, “Travelogue,” 2010.

Courtesy gallery Marcel Alix, Paris.

Musée départemental d’art contemporain de Rochechouart

Charlotte Moth (1978, UK) has created over the past ten years a body of work that is essentially photographic but emerges primarily through the experience of sculpture,…

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Shedhalle Zurich: Dump Time. For a Practice of Horizontality



Stefan Panhans, “If A Store Clerk Gave Me Too Much Change,” 2009.

Videostill. Shedhalle Zurich.

Shedhalle Zurich

5 March–15 May 2011

We have become a sleepless society, we even speak of the 24 hours society. Thus, sleep represents the other side, the dark side of the daytime, with its ratio,…

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Shedhalle Zurich: Dump Time. For a Practice of Horizontality



Stefan Panhans, “If A Store Clerk Gave Me Too Much Change,” 2009.

Videostill. Shedhalle Zurich.

Shedhalle Zurich

5 March–15 May 2011

We have become a sleepless society, we even speak of the 24 hours society. Thus, sleep represents the other side, the dark side of the daytime, with its ratio,…

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The Armory Show: The Armory Show

The Armory Show is the most prestigious international art fair held annually in New York City devoted to showcasing the most important artworks of the 20th and 21st centuries. In its thirteen years The Armory Show with The Armory Show – Modern has become an international institution, combining a…

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MARCH 2011 NEWSLETTER ONLINE NOW.

It's a little quiet this March at Frost Street but the walls are still on fire as The Unusual Suspects prepare for the opening reception this Saturday! If you get a chance to make it down, this show will not disappoint. In the meantime here's a look back on some of the wonderful events from the past couple frosty months…

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new issue KEEMO and now artwallzine will be printed!

New issue.click on the cover and take a look.Now artwallzine will be printed!www.artwallzine.com…



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